Beyond the Tracks (by Michael Reitt) … a tale of family and friendship during a horrific situation

I am an avid reader of WWII historical fiction. However, his book introduced me to new aspects of the holocaust. I was interested in the author’s notes that some of the characters in the book were real people. I was not familiar with the Westerbork transition camp in The Netherlands. A tale of family and friendship as well as the ability to persist amidst an horrific situation.

Thank you to NetGalley and the author for my advanced review copy. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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